Vietnamese Foodies opens in Dubai's JLT

The restaurant serving Vietnamese health food has launched in the residential area which is fast becoming a dining destination

Vietnamese Foodies has opened in JLT.
Vietnamese Foodies has opened in JLT.

Vietnamese Foodies, restaurant serving Vietnamese health food has launched in JLT.

Serving 14-hour Pho broth in four varieties, fresh rice paper rolls, stir-fried noodles and Goi (or salads) the menu is easy to navigate and has a variety of dishes for vegans, vegetarians and children.

Located in the promenade level of Lake Terrace Tower, JLT cluster D, Vietnamese Foodies offers hassle-free parking in cluster I nearby for guests who prefer to dine-in or both lunch and dinner service are available for takeaway.

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Speaking about the opening, owner Lily Hoa Nguyen said: “I have always loved cooking traditional Vietnamese food and after teaching cooking classes and sharing my recipes with students, friends and family it was a natural next step to think about opening a restaurant. The process of actually doing it has been a dream come true.”

Vietnamese Foodies is open 7 days per week from 11:30am – 11pm with a small break during 3-5pm on weekdays.

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